The legendary Misogynist Film Club is back.
Join the sisterhood of the moving image for a film club like no other as we ask our panellists to pick a film they can’t help but love, despite containing lazy or even downright offensive stereotypes of themselves. A night of embracing comedy films we love and love to hate. Prepare to howl with laughter as you reconsider the films that shaped you.
Rachel Mars is a writer and performer based in the UK. She has been working at the cross-over of performance art and theatre for 13 years. Her work explores female, Jewish and Queer identities and their intersections. Rachel has been a regular contributor to 'Pause for Thought' on BBC Radio 2.
A 2012 Funny Women Variety Award winner, Sooz mixes character comedy, songs and jokes in her high-octane act. Recurring characters include Phalydia, a Soho It-girl; Danielle, Britain’s fourth-best heptathlete; Kris, the toughest girl in musical theatre; and Nancy Spratt, a revered West End diva.
Hilary is an experienced freelance journalist, novelist and agony aunt, as well as a frequent contributor to radio and TV programmes. She's also a ghostwriter and associate lecturer, and a media consultant/trainer. She's had seven novels published, including When I Was Me, Loving Danny and the Camden Town Tales series.
Pippa Evans is known for her work in character and improvisational comedy. Her many TV and radio credits include Tonight At The Palladium (ITV), Fast and Loose (BBC 2), Gareth Malone's All Star Music Quiz (BBC2), The Now Show (BBC Radio 4) and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue (BBC Radio 4).